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Welcome to our latest update, covering: carbon-neutral road resurfacing work in Cardiff, a first for Wales; £1.3m investment to cut energy use in schools; and students from Willows High named 2022 debating champions.
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Budget Update Report 2023/24 - Question and Answers
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Cardiff set to benefit from expansion of special education needs provision; Expansion of Pentyrch Primary School moves step closer; Developing a bilingual workforce for a bilingual capital; Delivering a Stronger, Fairer and Greener Cardiff...
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It's a bumper edition of our latest update, covering: Stronger Fairer Greener, a renewed ambition for Cardiff; inflation putting a squeeze on the Council's budget; moving a step closer to expanding Pentyrch primary; and more...
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Pupils across Cardiff are set to benefit from a wide-ranging expansion of special and additional learning needs education provision, with recommended proposals creating more than 270 additional spaces over the coming years.
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Ambitious plans to increase the number of pupils at Pentyrch Primary School and establish 32 places in a new nursery unit for three-year-olds have moved a step closer.
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Cardiff Council is making significant strides in developing a bilingual workforce in the capital as the number of employees with Welsh language skills continues to rise.
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A vision of a Stronger, Fairer and Greener Cardiff and the strategy to help deliver it over the next five years has been revealed by the city's leader.
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Cardiff Council is planning to make long-term agency workers permanent members of staff as part of its commitment to ‘Fair Work Wales’
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Rising costs in energy, food and services mean that Cardiff Council is facing a £29m shortfall in its budget for 2023-24, a new report has warned.
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The first carbon-neutral road resurfacing work in Wales has been carried out by Cardiff Council.
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The popular Summer Reading Challenge is back in Cardiff libraries and hubs this year as part of a Summer of Fun seeking to inspire children in the city to learn more about science and innovation.
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The debate to settle which Cardiff school would triumph in this year’s DebateMate Cup is over, with Willows High School crowned champions for 2022.
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Cardiff Council has invested over £1.3 million in energy saving upgrades across 11 of its primary, secondary and Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools, as part of its work to be carbon neutral by 2030.
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Cardiff played host to royalty today as HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall visited the city.
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Here is our latest update, covering: a summer of fun for Cardiff's children and young people; temporary change to the registration of births, deaths, and marriages service; and a business partnership that's paying off for an allotment community.